Marc Marquez missed the entire season and the first two races of the 2020 season after an injury in the first race of the 2021 season. The results he is achieving after a nine-month break are impressive. At the end of the article, we have attached pictures which show that he works a lot on physical fitness and enjoys it. As well as footage of the first lap after his return and some overtaking with Valentino Rossi. Many had a hard time anticipating Marquez’s arrival and whoever thought he would get back into the winning rhythm right away was wrong. It was hard to expect him to fight for victory immediately after such a long absence, although in a certain part of the race at Le Mans he proved that he is capable of that as he led a certain part of the race until the fall. It will take a little longer to get back into the fight for the top spots. Falls are an integral part of this
Marc Marquez also finished at the top of his third free practice in Qatar with a time of 1: 54.677. The current world champion, like his teammate Jorge Lorenzo, started training with a fall. However, Marquez only had to slip the front wheel in the thirteenth turn so he could easily continue training. It was much worse for Lorenzo, who fell badly in the sixth turn soon after the start of training. Due to the pain, he immediately went for an X-ray to the medical center. The heat and wind made it impossible for the riders to improve their time enough to break into the fastest qualifying group. The times were much slower than those from the second free practice. Only three racers managed to improve their time from Friday’s practice. Francesco Ba
Danilo Petrucci said after the race that Marc Marquez would deserve a penalty for touching them in the first lap of today's race. After the Spaniard was a little too long in the first turn of the race, he then tried to overtake Danilo Petrucci in the second turn with an aggressive maneuver. The Italian had to straighten his motorcycle causing him to fall to tenth place. The management of the MotoGP class said some time ago that they would impose stricter penalties for a collision between Marco Marquez and Valentino Rossi and Aleix Espargaro in a race in Argentina. Petrucci was convinced that the Spaniard deserved a penalty today for his aggressive maneuver. Asked what punishment he would deserve, Marquez said: "I don't know, I'm not the director of the race, but the directors should do something about it.